Eclectic Home Tour – Tennessee Farmhouse Tour

Love this farmhouse kitchen with exposed duct work and brick walls - part of this farmhouse tour

Today’s Eclectic Home Tour is a stunning farmhouse tour so grab a cup of coffee and sit back and relax the swing back around the check out all of my tours – there is something for everyone and tons of inspiration.

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I found Patsy on instagram @BlessedMommatoBaby Girls.  She lives in a dream farmhouse in Tennessee that she and her husband built!

It started out as a small (1,100 sf) carriage house 15 years ago.  They lived there for 11 years until they were able to create their dream addition – a rustic farmhouse with tons of character.

Love this farmhouse lit up at night

Beautiful fall porch and entry

While the farmhouse may be new, it has an old soul thanks to wood beams made from Patsy’s husbands grandfather’s 100 year old barn wood floors.

Farmhouse family room - love the exposed duct work and the 100 year old beams made from old barn floors

I love the brick walls and the exposed duct work – the perfect mix of rustic and modern.

Brick interior walls

Beautiful farmhouse family room with tons of character

Patsy’s husband can build pretty much anything and the house is filled with his handiwork including this beautiful wood range hood.

DIY wood range hood

and this door made from barn wood from grand dad’s old barn.

Barn wood sliding doors for pantry

Love this walk in pantry with chalkboard wall

Walk in pantry with green shelves

Farmhouse dining room - love the exposed beams and the huge farmhouse table

Shiplap walls add character to any room

Farmhouse bedroom - love the four poster bed and the giant chandelier

Cozy four poster bed

Antique chest is a perfect nightstand

To save money, Patsy bought plain white mosaic tile and removed some of the tiles and replaced them with black to create this flower pattern.

Rustic bathroom vanities - love the chippy blue color

Vintage bathroom - love the black and white mosaic tile and the claw foot tub

Brick floors in the entry

Vintage school house chair

Love this home office chalkboard wall

Barn wood sign

Cute kids craft room

Farmhouse porch - love the daybed

Love the daybed on the porch

Blue french doors

This is the original carriage house complete with covered porch – the perfect place to gather any time of day or night.

love this covered patio

Covered farmhouse porch - love the metal room and the exposed beams

An old cow trough becomes a perfect place to cool off on a hot summer day.

Cow trough pool!

You can read all about Patsy and her family including her beautiful daughter Maggie Rae who has Down Syndrome here (I teared up when I read it but then felt happy for this family with such amazing spirit and love).

Thanks Patsy for letting me share your fabulous farmhouse.

Visit Patsy on Instagram to follow along.


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  1. What a beautiful home you have. So enjoyed the tour. It is spectacular yet very cozy looking!
    Thanks for sharing!

  2. Love the house tour! I loved the metal water trough swimming pool, but wouldn’t it be dangerous if there is lightning before a thundershower since it is metal?

  3. Swoon…the kitchen, the bathroom, the covered patio. I love all the thoughtful touches, architectural details and inspiration throughout this home. Can’t stop looking. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Could you tell me about the artwork hanging on the walls of the living room & the covered porch (the artwork with the white barn/house/building on them.) Thank you!

  5. Thank you to everyone for the sweet comments! We have enjoyed the cow trough that my hubby made into a pool by adding a chlorinated filter for 12 years now and haven’t ever had any issues. The carriage house is a southern living plan that is no longer available, and I sketched out the addition on paper and my hubby drew it up on a $20 computer program, and we then found a framer willing to work with is without blueprints, we were
    trying to avoid paying an architect, so we never had blueprints. And the paintings in the den and on the porch I painted. Have a blessed day and thank you again for the sweet comments!

  6. Please share the green paint color in the kitchen – I love it!!! Love all the texture in this house – great work!

  7. Wow! Now this is what farmhouse style is all about! I love every detail. Thanks for sharing your beautiful home with us.

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  9. Kelly I see what you mean about what you love the most. That’s hard to say. Do I take a nap on a comfy bed in a calm bedroom or do I run down the hall and jump into the tub with all those bubbles. Omg there not one thing I would die for to just have one portion of this home. Just beautiful. Thank you so much for letting me into your home. I really enjoy it.

  10. would love to know the name of the green on the kitchen island, our daughter is looking for a green and really liked this color, thanks a bunch..Sue

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